Huckleberry Location – Red Dead Redemption 2

Huckleberry Location – Red Dead Redemption 2

The Evergreen Huckleberry in Red Dead Redemption 2 can be found in this location.

There are plenty of plants that players can harvest and use in Red Dead Redemption 2. Some recipes and challenges require the player to harvest a certain plant. This guide will show you where the Huckleberry location is in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Huckleberry Location

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The world of Red Dead Redemption 2 is vast and full of different plants that players can harvest. There is one particular plant that may need to be found if you want to craft a certain recipe and complete the Daily Challenge when it comes to it. The particular challenge “0/5 Huckleberries picked” is just one of those challenges players will run into in Red Dead Online.

Evergreen Huckleberry, as is its full name, can be recognized by its sharp evergreen leaves and black berries. Huckleberries are can be found along the Kamassa River that runs through Lemoyne and New Hanover. The Kamassa River stretches a long distance, so this guide will be concentrating on the location where we found all the Huckleberries you will need.

Players will need to start at Rhodes and head north towards Southfield Flats and then west. Once players reach the marker on the map above, there will be several shrubs just off the west side of the road. Going south along the west side of the road will yield even more Huckleberry plants.

Evergreen Huckleberry can be eaten to replenish the players Health Core, crafted into Predator Bait and Potent Predator Bait. Players can use the Predator Bait to attract any predator in the game including the Cougar, which can be found with our Cougar Location guide.

Once you are done harvesting your Huckleberry, head over to our Red Dead Redemption 2 archives for even more guides and news.